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This Hannibal Lecter Figure is Frighteningly Realistic

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This Hannibal Lecter Figure is Frighteningly Realistic

Fannibals may have lost their beloved show, but with Three Zero’s realistic action figure ever of everyone’s favorite cannibal Hannibal Lecter will never be far from their heart.

The new figure, based on the likeness of Mads Mikkelsen in NBC’s recently cancelled series, comes with loads of accessories sure to thrill even the most die-hard fans.

Measuring twelve inches tall, the articulated figure sports the bad doctor’s dapper three-piece suit. Never one to leave evidence, the figure also comes with what is being dubbed Dr. Lecter’s “kill suit”, the clear plastic outfit he would often wear to look good while committing heinous crimes. The figure will come with a number of interchangeable hands, great for relaxing, holding a wine glass, or wielding a knife with which to gut a best friend.

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Perhaps the deepest cut is an accessory that never even appeared on the show. This figure comes with a flower crown, a prop often photo-shopped into scenes by fans on Tumblr. The idea was to juxtapose something so cutesy and lighthearted that it would be antithetical to the actual tone of the show, and the image became so widespread that the cast and crew wore flower crowns to an appearance they made at San Diego Comic Con in 2013.

Ordering the figure from the Three Zero store will also get you an exclusive: the stag statue Dr. Lecter kept in his office, the same one that haunted the nightmares of Will Graham.

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Whether you are the most hardcore Hannigram shipper or simply a fan of Hannibal the Cannibal, this looks to be the figure to get!

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